Dr Margaret Fok FRCSEd (Ortho) FHKAM (Orthopaedic Surgery) FHKCOS MBChB (Otago)
Margaret is an Associate Consultant in Orthopaedics and Traumatology at Queen Mary Hospital and an Honorary Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Hong Kong. As a specialist in Orthopaedics, she has extensive teaching experience in both lecturing and small-group teaching for medical students and trainee doctors. Margaret has co-organised and taught on numerous surgical courses including the Basic Science and Anatomy Course at HKU and the Basic Orthopaedic Bioskill Workshop run by the Hong Kong College of Orthopaedic Surgeons. She has been invited to lecture on Orthopaedics and Surgery around the globe having recently lectured in Beijing.
Other tutors of our HKMLE revision courses include licentiates from the UK, Ireland and Australia who passed the licentiate exam on their first attempt. They all have different and personal experiences of the exam itself and would be able to offer insights into passing the LMCHK.
Founder and Managing Director
Prof Michael G. Irwin, MB ChB, MD, FRCA, FCAI, FANZCA, FHKAM
Michael is Professor and Head, Department of Anaesthesiology, University of Hong Kong, Chief of Service in Anaesthesia at Queen Mary Hospital and at HKU Shenzhen Hospital, China. President of the Society of Anaesthetists of Hong Kong and Past President of the Hong Kong College of Anaesthesiology, where he is also a member of the education and examination committees. Prof. Irwin has published over 200 articles in peer reviewed scientific journals (h index 33) and is a regular invited journal reviewer. He is an editor of Anaesthesia, Perioperative Medicine and senior editor of the HK Medical Journal. He was Chairman of the organising committee for the World Congress of Anaesthesia 2016. Research interests include intravenous anaesthesia, pharmacology, acute pain management and organ preconditioning.
Dr Matthew Law MBBS (UCL) LMCHK
Matthew graduated from University College London in 2011 and passed his HKMLE on his first attempt in 2013 having been on an Internal Medicine training programme in the UK. After his LMCHK year, he worked as a medical officer in Internal Medicine before switching to Radiology. He has extensive experience in teaching medical students and junior doctors both in the UK and in Hong Kong. He knows the local pathology spectrum well and has been involved in recruiting patients for the licentiate exam. He is able to provide good insights into passing the HKMLE.
Dr Kelvin Yan MRCP(UK) LMCHK
Kelvin graduated in clinical medicine from Imperial College London with distinctions in 2012 and passed his LMCHK written and clinical exams in 2013 on his first attempt. He then went on to pass his MRCP in one go whilst at the same time completing his LMCHK year. After a short stint in Hong Kong, he decided to return to the UK and is now an NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow in Oxford. A longtime passionate medical educator - he has designed and run revision courses for medical finals plugging the gap in the curriculum. He has taught and continues to teach medical students and junior doctors in London, Oxford and Hong Kong with excellent feedback. He remains an Honorary Clinical Assistant Professor with the Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong.